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Project 877 Kilo class
Project 636 Kilo class
Diesel-Electric Torpedo Submarine
The Kilo Class (Project 877) submarine was designed for anti-submarine and anti-ship warfare in the protection of naval bases, coastal installations and sea lanes, and also for general reconnaissance and patrol missions. The Kilo is considered to be to be one of the quietest diesel submarines in the world. The submarine consists of six watertight compartments separated by transverse bulkheads in a pressurised double-hull. This design and the submarine's good reserve buoyancy lead to increased survivability if the submarine is holed, even with one compartment and two adjacent ballast tanks flooded. The foreplanes are positioned on the upper hull in front of the fin or sail. The command and control systems and fire control systems are located in the main control room which is sealed off from the other compartments.

The Project 636 design is a generally improved development of the Project 877EKM Kilo class that represents an interim design between the standard 'Kilo' and the new Lada project. The Project 636 is actively promoted for the world market by the Rosvoorouzhenie state-owned company. This submarine has improved range, firepower, acoustic characteristics and reliability. Visually distinguished by a step on the aft casing, the length of the hull is extended by two frame spacings (2 x 600 mm). The additional length permitted increasing the power of diesel-generators and mounting them on improved shock-absorbing support, and reducing twofold the main propulsion shaft speed. Owing to these improvements, the submarine speed and sea endurance were increased, while the noise level was radically decreased. The low noise level of the submarine has been achieved with the selection of quiet machinery, vibration and noise isolation and a special anti-acoustic rubber coating applied on the outer hull surface.

The Project 636 is equipped with six 533 mm forward torpedo tubes situated in the nose of the submarine and carries eighteen torpedoes with six in the torpedo tubes and twelve stored on the racks. Alternatively the torpedo tubes can deploy mines. The submarine can carry 24 mines with two in each of the six tubes and twelve on the racks. Two torpedo tubes are designed for firing remote-controlled torpedoes with a very high accuracy. All torpedo tubes and their service systems provide effective firing from periscope to operational depths. The computer-controlled torpedo system is provided with a quick-loading device. It takes only 15 seconds to prepare stand-by torpedo tubes for firing: The first salvo is fired within two minutes and the second within five minutes.

The Russian fleet operates three variants of the Kilo 877: the basic 877; the 877K that has an improved fire-control system; and the 877M that has wire-guided torpedoes from two tubes. Export models, designated with an 'E' suffix, are generally similar though with some reduced features. A total of at least 26 and perhaps as many as 30 were built for the Russian navy, one of which was subequently exported to Iran. All the 30 Kilo-class submarines built for service with the Russian Navy are designated Project 877, although 15 of these are the earlier-developed 877EKM and 15 the later 636 versions. As of early 2000 as many as 14 units were believed to remain active, with an additional 7 in reserve, though specific identities are not known.

As of early 1998 construction of the Project 877EKM submarines was nearly completed, with only one submarine left under construction in St.Petersburg for the Indian Navy. Russia exported 21 Project 877 and 636 submarines, including: India - 10, and China - 4, Iran - 3, Algeria - 2, Poland - 1, Romania - 1.

On 04 August 1993, Iran took delivery of a second Russian Kilo-class diesel submarine, and the third arrived 18 January 1996. Russia went ahead with the first two deliveries despite vigorous US protests. In response to Administration pressure and US sanctions legislation, Russia formally pledged in June 1995 not to enter any new arms contracts with Iran, although prior arms contracts could be implemented.

India took delivery of the first of the two additional Russian-built Kilo class submarines in January 1999. On 17 August 2000 the Sindhushastra began the two month voyage from St Petersburg to India. The 877EKM submarine was the last in a series of 10 submarines built at Russian shipyards for Indian customers. In August 2000 the Zvezdochka engineering enterprise at Severodvinsk started the work of servicing and modernizing the Indian series-877EKM submarine Sinduratna, the second Indian sub to have had a refit at Zvezdochka. In 1999 the Indian Navy took delivery of the Sinduvir, the first submarine to have been modernized at Severodvinsk. The Sinduratna will be the second Indian submarine to be fitted with four ZM-54E1 missiles, with a range of 300 km. The missiles are part of the latest Klab-S anti-ship missile complex designed by the Novator bureau at Yekaterinburg.

In the spring of 1997, the first Project 636 submarine was launched, and China became the first customer for this submarine. The last of four export Kilo-class boats for China, the second improved model Project 636 unit, was launched on 17 June 1998 and departed the Baltic aboard a heavy-lift ship on 11 December 1998, bound for the submarine base at Ning-bo. China is also said to be interested in purchasing several more 636 series submarines, one of which is now in an unfinished state at the Krasnoye Sormovo yard in Nizhniy Novgorod, while others may be built at the Admiralteyskiye Verfi [Admiralty Shipyards] in St Petersburg.


Specifications
Designation Project 877 Paltus
Kilo Project 636
Designer Rubin Rubin
Builder Admiralty Shipyard (Sudomekh),
Shipyard 199, Nizhniy Novgorod
[completed at Sevmashpredpriyatiye, Severodvinsnk]
Shipyard 112, Komsolol'sk-na-Amur  Admiralty Shipyard
Displacement (tons) 2,300-2,325 tons Surfaced
3,076-3,950 tons Full load submerged  2,350 tons Surfaced
3,126-4,000 tons Full load submerged  
Speed (kts): 10-12 knots Surfaced
17-25 knots Submerge 11 knots Surfaced
20 knots Submerged  
Dimensions (m): 70.0-72.6 meters long
9.9 meters beam
6.2-6.5 meters draft 72.6-73.8 meters long
9.9 meters beam
6.3-6.5 meters draft
Propulsion: diesel and electric motors
2 x 1000 kW Diesel generators
1 x 5,500-6,800 shp Propulsion motor
1 x 7-blade [? or 6-blade] fixed-pitch Propeller
diesel and electric motors
Diving depth: 240 meters Operational
300 meters Maximum  250 meters Operational
300 meters Maximum
17.5 meters Periscope  
Endurance: 6,000 miles With snorkel (@ 7 knots)
400 miles Submerged (@ 3 knots)
12.7 miles At full run (@ 21 knots)
45 days Sea Endurance  7,500 miles With snorkel (@ 7 knots)
400 miles Submerged (@ 3 knots)
?? miles At full run (@ 20 knots)
45 days Sea Endurance  
Armament:
Missiles: 8 Strela-3 (SA-N-8 Gremlin) or
8 Igla (SA-N-10 Gimlet)
8 Strela-3 (SA-N-8 Gremlin) or
8 Igla (SA-N-10 Gimlet)

Torpedoes: 6/533 mm Torpedoe Tubes
18 VA-111 (w: c/nucl) Torpedoes or
24 mines
6/533 mm Torpedoe Tubes
18 VA-111 Torpedoes or
24 mines

Systems: radio communications
combat control information system
navigation system
1 MRK-50 (Snoop Tray-2)general purpose detection radar
MGK-400 Rubikon (Shark Teeth) active/passive Sonar
2 Periscopes
[one for commander, one for air defence]
radio communications
combat control information system
navigation system
1 MRK-50E (Snoop Tray-2) general purpose detection radar
1 MGK-400EM Rubikon (Shark Teeth) active/passive Sonar
2 Periscopes
[one for commander, one for air defence]


Class Listing
Unit Shipyard Fleet Chronology Notes  
# number Name  Laid Down  Launched  Comm.  Stricken  
Project 877, 877K, 877M ("Paltus" type), NATO code "Kilo"  
1 B-248   SY 199   ----------  09/**/1980  04/**/1982   09/12/1982 operational  
2 B-177   SY 112   ----------  ----------  1982-94   lead ship built at NN  
3 B-187   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   
4 B-190   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   
5 B-219   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  1992 10/1992 sold to Iran  
6 B-224   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   2000 in reserve?  
7 B-227   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   2000 in reserve?  
8 B-229   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   2000 in reserve?  
9 B-260   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   2000 in reserve?  
10 B-345   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   2000 in reserve?  
11 B-354   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   04/04/1989 fire
2000 in reserve?  
12 B-394  Komsomolets Tadjkistana  SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   08/26/1980 named
1991 unnamed
2000 in reserve?  
13 B-401   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
14 B-402   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
15 B-404  Tyumensky Komsomolets  SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   1991 unnamed  
16 B-405   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
17 B-425   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
18 B-437  Magnitogorsky Komsomolets  SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94   06/09/1980 named
1991 unnamed  
19 B-439   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
20 B-445   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
21 B-459   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
22 B-464   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
23 B-468   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
24 B-470   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
25 B-471   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
26 B-494   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1982-94  
27 B-800   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1991-93  
28 B-806   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1991-93  
29 B-871   SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1991-93  
30 B-880  Del'fin SY 199 or SY 112  ----------  ----------  1991-93  
Project 877E, NATO code "Kilo"(export type)  
1   SY 196  ----------  ----------  1986  1 for Romania  
Project 877EKM, NATO code "Kilo" (export type)  
1   SY 196  ----------  ----------  06/21/1986   1 for Poland  
2   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
3   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
4   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
5   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
6   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
7   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
8   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
9   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
10   SY 196  ----------  ----------    9 for India (1986-)  
11   SY 196  ----------  ----------  08/17/2000   10 for India  
12   SY 196  ----------  ----------  1987  2 for Algeria  
13   SY 196  ----------  ----------  01/1988  2 for Algeria  
14       1996  2 built for Iran  
15       1996  2 built for Iran  
16       1995  2 for China  
17       1995  2 for China  
Project 636, NATO code "Kilo"(export type)  
1 BN-529 Rossiya       display ship of Rosvoorouzhenie  
2       1998  2 for China  
3       1998  2 for China  




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Project 641B Tango class

Tango(探戈)- 

T型鱼雷攻击潜艇

排水量3800顿
73年首次公开露面,至82年共生产18艘。
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Project 641B Tango class

The Tango class submarine was designed to engage enemy surface forces and submarines and to protect friendly convoys. The Tango has a more streamlined hull than the prior Foxtrot class, making the Tango more suitable for submerged operations. The Tango also has a greater battery storage capacity and more advanced electronic systems than the Foxtrot. The Tango’s six 533 mm torpedo tubes can also be used to deploy mines. It was equipped with a new sonar system fitted with a large passive array, a storage battery of a larger capacity, powerful torpedo armament, including quick-loading gear, automatic fire control system and other improvements. But actually, it was no more than an improved version of the diesel submarine of Project 641.
Most units of this class were retired starting in 1995. As of early 2000 perhaps four units were thought to in the Northern Fleet, though largely inoperable, with another six units believed remain in reserve though unlikely to be returned to service. The status of specific units is conjectural.


Specifications
Designation: 641.B (Tango)
Designer:   
Builder   
Displacement (tons): 2,770 surfaced
4,600 submerged
Speed (kts): 15 knots dived
13 kts surfaced
Dimensions (m): 90.2 meters long 8.6 meters beam 5.7 meters draft
Propulsion: 3 middle shaft diesels – 2,700 (shp)
2 side shaft propulsion motors – 1,350 (shp)
Propulsion: 3 5-bladed propeller
Diving depth: 240 meters operational
300 meters maximum
Crew: 78 total
Armament: · 6 – 533 mm tubes
(24 torpedoes)
Electronics · General purpose
Active/Passive radar
· Active/passive sonar
2 periscopes

Class Listing
Unit Shipyard Fleet Chronology Notes  
# number Name  Laid Down  Launched  Comm.  Stricken  
1 B-380  Gorkovsky Komsomolets  SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972 1995 lead ship
07/1973 delivered to Sevastpol
1992-94 refit
2 B-30   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
3 B-97   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
4 B-146   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
5 B-215   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
6 B-225   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
7 B-290   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
8 B-303   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
9 B-307   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
10 B-312   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
11 B-319   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
12 B-386   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
13 B-443   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
14 B-474   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
15 B-498   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
16 B-504   SY 112  ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------  -1998 in reserve  
17 B-515   SY 112 NOR ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------   
18 B-519   SY 112 NOR ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------   
19 B-546   SY 112 NOR ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------   
20   SY 112 NOR ----------  ----------  1972-82  ----------
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Project 641I, NATO code "Foxtrot"
就是F级常规动力潜艇
排水量2400吨
共建造62艘

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Project 641 Foxtrot class

The Project 641 (Foxtrot) submarines were derivatives of the Whiskey and Romeo class diesel boats. They featured larger ammunition load, endurance and range. The Foxtrot, the Soviet Navy's largest conventional submarine, could travel 16,000 nautical miles before having to refuel. They were capable of performing underwater operations continuously for four days, after which they had to rise to 7 metres (snorkel depth) to change the air and charge the batteries. Three diesel engines generate power for electric motors that drive the 3 propellers. At periscope depth, air for the diesels can be sucked from the surface using a snorkel.

The Foxtrot operated at a depth of 250 meters, could dive to over 300 meters and was capable of reaching 16.8 knots. To surface, compressed air from 56 bottles expels the water from the the ballast tanks. The Foxtrot dives and surfaces quite horizontally. At more that 30 degrees it loses control. Only officers had their own bunks. Ordinary sailors "hot bunked." 27 bunks in the aft torpedo room were shared by 54 crew! 3 shifts per day: duty, maintenance and sleep.

A total of 74 [an perhaps as many as 79] Foxtrots were built begining in 1958 for both the Soviet Navy and others countries including India, Libya, Cuba and Poland. The USSR started to export these submarines (modifications I641 and I641K) in the mid-1960s. A total of at least 57 and and as many as 62 units were believed to have been built for the Soviet Navy until 1967. Historically there were more than ten Foxtrots in the Baltic Fleet (numerically the largest fleet in the Russian navy); today there are none. Reportedly by early-2000 only three boats of this class remain in service, though the identity of these units is somewhat obscure, and they are expected to be retired shortly.


Specifications
Russian Designator:  Project 641  
NATO Designator: Foxtrot-Class
Length: 299 feet, 6 inches
Beam: 24 feet, 7 inches
Draft:  20 feet  
Displacement:  1,952 tons surfaced, 2,475 tons submerged  
Construction: 3/8 inch outer light hull comprising ballast tanks.
7/8 inch QT28 Nickel Steel pressure hull.  
Complement:  12 officers
10 midshipmen
56 seamen  
Maximum Diving Depth:  985 feet  
Speed:  16 knots surfaced
15 knots submerged
9 knots snorkeling  
Range: 20,000 miles surfaced at 8 knots,
11,000 miles snorkeling
380 miles submerged at 2 knots  
Endurance:  3 - 5 days submerged  
Propulsion:  3 x Kolomna 2D42M diesel engines, 2,000 hp each.
3 x electric motors; 2 with 1,350 hp and 1 with 2,700 hp.
1 x auxiliary motor with 180 hp.
3 x propeller shafts, each with 6 bladed propellers.  
Torpedoes:  22 maximum  
Radar:  Surface search: Snoop Tray; I band.  
Sonar:  Herkules medium-frequency active/passive.
Feniks passive search/attack.  
Electronic warfare: Stop Light, Radar Warning.
Quad Loop Directional Finder.  

Class Listing
Unit Shipyard Fleet Chronology Notes  
# number Name  Laid Down  Launched  Comm.  Stricken  
1 B-94   SY 196  10/03/1957  12/28/1957  12/25/1958  ----------   
2 B-95   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/30/1959  ----------   
3 B-37   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/05/1959  1962 01/11/1962 lost  
4 B-133   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/05/1959  ----------  1970 redesignated to B-833  
5 B-135   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/05/1959  ----------   
6 B-139   SY 196  ----------  ----------  03/15/1960  ----------   
7 B-57   SY 196  ----------  ----------  07/28/1960  ----------   
8 B-116   SY 196  ----------  ----------  08/25/1960  ----------   
9 B-130   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/22/1960  ----------   
10 B-143   SY 196  10/21/1959  02/17/1960  11/05/1960  1994 1994 sold to Belgium
11 B-85   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/23/1960  ----------   
12 B-156   SY 196  ----------  ----------  04/18/1961  ----------   
13 B-59   SY 196  ----------  ----------  06/10/1961  ----------   
14 B-4  Chelyabinky Komsomolets  SY 196  ----------  ----------  08/31/1961  ----------  01/18/1963 named  
15 B-153   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/30/1961  ----------   
16 B-164   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/16/1961  ----------   
17 B-33   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/27/1961  1991 01/26/1991 lost  
18 B-7   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/15/1961  ----------   
19 B-105   SY 196  ----------  ----------  06/15/1962  ----------   
20 B-169   SY 196  ----------  ----------  07/28/1962  ----------   
21 B-38   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/30/1962  ----------   
22 B-53   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/05/1962  ----------   
23 B-50   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/08/1962  ----------   
24 B-8   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/18/1962  ----------   
25 B-31   SY 196  ----------  ----------  06/25/1963  ----------   
26 B-2   SY 196  ----------  ----------  07/14/1963  ----------   
27 B-55   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/20/1963  ----------  1970 redesignated to B-855  
28 B-98   SY 196  ----------  ----------  05/15/1964  ----------   
29 B-101   SY 196  ----------  ----------  05/29/1964  ----------   
30 B-6   SY 196  ----------  ----------  07/30/1964  ----------   
31 B-15   SY 196  10/10/1963  02/21/1964  09/30/1964  1992 1992 sold to Canada as scrap
32 B-103   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/24/1964  ----------   
33 B-109   SY 196  ----------  ----------  04/15/1965  ----------   
34 B-107   SY 196  ----------  ----------  04/28/1965  ----------   
35 B-112   SY 196  ----------  ----------  08/05/1965  ----------   
36 B-25   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/06/1965  ----------   
37 B-21   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/31/1965  ----------   
38 B-9   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/30/1965  ----------   
39 B-26  Yaroslavsky Komsomolets  SY 196  ----------  ----------  03/24/1966  ----------  02/15/1965 named  
40 B-28   SY 196  ----------  ----------  06/18/1966  ----------   
41 B-34   SY 196  ----------  ----------  08/31/1966  ----------   
42 B-40   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/06/1966  ----------   
43 B-29   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/28/1966  ----------   
44 B-41   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/24/1966  ----------   
45 B-46   SY 196  ----------  ----------  06/30/1967  ----------   
46 B-49  Valdimirsky Komsomolets  SY 196  ----------  ----------  06/30/1967  ----------  09/23/1967 named  
47 B-39   SY 196  02/09/1962  04/15/1967  12/28/1967  04/01/1994  1994 sold to Finland
48 B-397   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/31/1967  ----------   
49 B-400   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/25/1968  ----------   
50 B-413   SY 196  06/28/1968  10/07/1968  12/25/1968  1999 2000 display at Kaliningrad  
51 B-416   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/04/1969  ----------   
52 B-205   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/28/1969  ----------   
53 B-213   SY 196  ----------  ----------  08/11/1970  ----------   
54 B-435   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/06/1970  ----------   
55 B-440   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/25/1970  ----------   
56 B-409   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/10/1971  ----------   
57 B-427  "Scorpion"  SY 196  04/10/1971  06/22/1971  12/04/1971  1994 1994 sold to Australia
On display in California
58   SY 196  ----------  ----------  ----------  ----------   
59   SY 196  ----------  ----------  ----------  ----------   
60   SY 196  ----------  ----------  ----------  ----------   
61 B-807   SY 196  ----------  ----------  ----------  ----------   
62 B-213   SY 196  ----------  ----------  ----------  ----------   
Project 641I, NATO code "Foxtrot"(export type)  
1 B-51   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/26/1967  ----------  04/1968 to India  
2 B-401   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/19/1968  ----------  03/1969 to India  
3 B-405   SY 196  ----------  ----------  07/02/1969  ----------  11/1969 to India  
4 B-402   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/05/1969  ----------  02/1970 to India  
5 B-456   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/10/1972  ----------  11/1973 to India  
6 B-470   SY 196  ----------  ----------  07/05/1973  ----------  12/1973 to India  
7 B-464   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/16/1973  ----------  10/1974 to India  
8 B-522   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/20/1974  ----------  02/1975 to India  
9 B-311   SY 196  ----------  ----------  02/11/1978  ----------  12/1976 to Libya  
10 B-330   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/27/1977  ----------  02/1978 to Libya  
11 B-533   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/08/1976  ----------  02/1978 to Libya  
12 B-587   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/25/1981  ----------  02/1981 to Libya  
13 B-588   SY 196  ----------  ----------  09/28/1982  ----------  01/1982 to Lybia  
14 B-590   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/21/1980  ----------  02/1983 to Libya  
Project 641K, NATO code "Foxtrot"(export type)  
1 B-309   SY 196  ----------  ----------  12/10/1978  ----------  02/07/1979 to Cuba  
2 B-586   SY 196  ----------  ----------  11/30/1979  ----------  03/1980 to Cuba  
3 B-510   SY 196  ----------  ----------  10/20/1983  ----------  02/1984 to Cuba
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